Let’s take a look at how to treat sunburn, how to prevent sunburn, how sunburn increases your skin cancer risk, and to do if you got sunburnt this summer.
Moles are small spots on your skin. Almost everyone has one or more moles, and they are usually not anything to worry about. But when are moles a cause for concern? Let's look at normal and suspicious moles. Normal moles Moles usually appear circular with smooth edges. They can be brown or flat, smooth or [...]
No one enjoys getting sunburnt, and very few people intentionally bake in the sun (or, at least, you shouldn’t). But sometimes the sun catches you unprepared and sunburn happens. There’s no reversing the damage, but there are a few things you can do to help your skin and body recover faster. Here is what to [...]
We are so grateful to our North Queensland community who have supported our Townsville clinics and been part of our journey over the last 12 months. Without you we could not have helped make a difference to our wonderful community!Thank you to the local news networks and radio broadcasters for their interest in the Melanoma [...]
A free short skin cancer course has been launched especially for non-clinical professionals who work with skin, providing the skills to recognise potential skin cancers on clients.
Radio ablation is the ideal approach for someone who wants to remove a benign growth anywhere on the body. Dr Helena Rosengren discusses radio ablation for mole and skin tag removal, how it works, and its benefits for you.
How can you get your skin summer ready? Here are our top tips for prepping your skin for the summer season.
Did you know melanoma diagnoses reach up to 82 per cent above the national average in parts of Queensland? With numbers like these, it is important to take skin cancer seriously and debunk some common myths about skin cancer and sunscreen so we can be better informed about our skin health and cancer risk.
Does the sun speed up the skin's ageing? Read on to learn about the sun's ageing effects on our skin, and how you can prevent and treat solar-damage skin.
In Australia, men are twice more likely than women to develop skin cancer. This Men’s Health Week, let’s look at the epidemic of skin cancer in men.